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noticias. angela ha llamado desde el hospital. dice que roberto se despertó y que está muy bien. ibueno, qué alegría! se te ve muy bien. por lo menos estás despierto. sí. la verdad es que sí me siento muy bien. y yo lo puedo comprobar. se comió dos desayunos. ay, a propósito ¿no queda algo por allí? veo que la recuperación ha sido completa y rápida. también vamos a hablar un poco sobre el ballet folclórico de méxico. fundado por amelia hernández el ballet folclórico incluye música y danzas de diferentes regiones del país. ( se toca el jarabe tapatío ) ¿y carlos se fue así? ¿no te dio ninguna explicación? no, ninguna. ¿no lo has visto esta mañana? no, no he visto ni a carlos ni a gloria. captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. en el episodio previo raquel y arturo regresaron al hotel después de una reunión en la casa de pedro. había un mensaje para raquel. ellos, alarmados, llamaron en seguida a pedro. acabo de recibir tu mensaje. ¿ocurre algo? no te alarmes, raquel. es que dejaste t
, chancellor angela merkel can expect a hostile reception as she arrives in greece. and the greek prime minister as he struggles to impose yet more austerities. hello and welcome to gmt. i'm george al guya with a world of news and opinion. also in the program, north korea plex flexes its military muscles and claims its missiles can now reach the u.s. mainland. >> next time it's for real. the -- they vow to go faster and further than before. it's midday in london. angela merkel has just arrived for her first visit in five years in greece. the greece she will see this time around will see people mired in -- some of the anger is toward angela merkel. so why is she there? here's our correspondent. >> she arrived for her first visit to greece in over five years. touching down in the euro zone's most indebted nation. she stayed away before critical of the slow performance but now a show of support. large parts of athens were cordened off. a sign of the rage against a leader many see as driving the painful spending cuts. protests before her arrival had banners and slogans against angela merkel
-- >> german chancellor angela merkel visits greece for talks with prime minister samaras on the country's debt crisis. >> 11 finance ministers in luxembourg agreed to pass a controversial tax on financial transactions. >> the nobel prize for physics goes to the scientists from france and the u.s. >> we began in greece where tens of thousands of angry protesters filled the streets of athens on tuesday to greet german chancellor angela merkel. >> it is her first visit there since the eurozone crisis erupted. she reaffirmed their commitment to keep the debt-ridden state inside your's single currency but offered no promise of further aid. >> a new report on the greek reform process is due next month, and in the meantime, greece is negotiating highly unpopular austerity measures. protesters blamed merkel. >> this morning's peaceful protest turned violent in their early afternoon. police used tear gas to disperse demonstrators. some 40,000 people took to the streets of athens to express their anger with the eu, the austerity measures, and the german chancellor. safely away from the protests, angela
. angela.the bel >> good morning. up for good thursday morning drive, starting in maryland. there is an accident on route 1 at gormley rd. police are directing you. is clear on the southbound side. leaving germantown northbound, there's a jackknifed tractor- 85.ler approaching maryland they just reopened the lanes. in virginia, no accidents to report. we are clear on 95 heading up to e springfield interchange and 395.nuing on from the beltway there is construction heading over to 644. back to you. >> thank you. the feedback continues pouring in following the first betweential debate president obama and mitt romney. >> been debated issues including e and how to jump- start the economy. has more from denver. >> the first presidential debate with a handshake and a smile. then it quickly focused on the economy. >> 5 million jobs in the private sector created. automobile industry has come .oaring back and housing has begun to rise. >> i know what it takes to get again, toness going hire people. >> romney was aggressive, but the 47% hasabout toll on his campaign. the president ne
degrees and mostly sunny at 5:00. let's check on traffic with angela foster. >> we are very nicely for this tuesday morning drive. an excellent start. only dodging traffic cones. no accidents to report so far this morning. traveling around the beltway in maryland and virginia, in maryland, a live look at montgomery county at connecticut avenue, no work zones. the left lane is blocked in each direction crossing the northwest branch. in virginia, not much in terms of trouble spots. there's an active work zone on southbound 95 between falmouth and frederick. stay to the left. back to you. >> thank you. pipa good morning, angela. -- good morning. >> the pressure on president obama to have a better performance against mitt romney tonight. >> it's a town hall format in new york tonight with questions from the audience. >> tonight's debate will be a town hall, which means audience members will ask questions of preselected by the moderator. the format present inherent challenges for romney and obama. >> both have to spread lightly, because if they are going on the offense too a chris liu o
saver traffic, over to you. >>> any mother wants their child to feel safe. that's exactly what angela dawson wanted and kept calling the police on neighborhood drug dealers. they set her house on fire, killing the entire family. ten years later, the same site is now a place of hope. that's where we find sherrie johnson, she joins us live at the dawson family safe haven center. if you know anything about the section of east baltimore, that community has been trying hard to turn things around. >> they have. they are doing a goods job of it, too. we are here in east baltimore to honor the lives of the dawson family. an event kicks off tonight at 6:00. it's been ten years since they lost their lives. it was known as one of the worst tragedies. october 16th, 2002, the home of cornell and angela was fire bombed. they and their five children died in the fire. as a result of the deaths, neighbors, leaders and faith based groups worked together to build a monument to the dawsons here at 1401 east preston. that monument has become the dawson safe haven center for children and families. i have r
, no one was injured. angela harter and her husband david have their own exotic animal sanctuary called rescue one. right in their backyard. >> there's 15, 17 tigers. there's a dozen or 15 lions. eight or nine cougars here. we have a black bear. >> reporter: angela figures they go through about 200 to 300 pounds of meat a day. the cages are repaired and patched up with scrap metal. this couple is clearly overwhelmed. and angela expresses feelings of guilt. >> i have to do the right thing. i'm not going to live with myself knowing i backed out and left these animals in that shape because i couldn't take it anymore. >> people go into it with the best intentions. they want to start a rescue, a little zoo for school kids, anything like that. and before they know it, they actually become what they're trying to save the animals from. >> reporter: eastwood and schultz try to convince angela to try to give up some of the animals. >> what if a rescue called right now, what if someone said, there's a tiger or a lion or a cat, is this just going to keep going? >> i don't know how to answer that. >
hotel. mientras tanto, angela se había ido al hospital. quería estar cerca de su hermano. mientras él dormía angela revisaba sus cuentas y pensaba en su situación económica. al llegar al hotel arturo le pidió a raquel que esperara un momento. dentro de unos pocos minutos él regresó con un regalo muy especial para raquel. iay arturo, qué bonito marco le has puesto! iah, no tan lindo como la modelo! pero la alegría del momento fue interrumpida por un mensaje. dice que lo llame en cuanto llegue al hotel. pero, isi acabamos de llegar de su casa! ¿será un mensaje atrasado? no, mira la hora. llamó hace unos minutos. ¿le habrá pasado algo a don fernando? ¿pedro? habla raquel. acabo de recibir tu mensaje. ¿ocurre algo? no te alarmes, raquel. es que dejaste tu cartera, y yo pensé que... ( ríe ) bueno, ¿te causa gracia? yo pensé que te preocuparía. por eso te llamé. ( ríe ) ¿de qué te ríes? de mí misma. ay, pedro, este viaje me debe estar haciendo perder la memoria. no, no entiendo. también dejé olvidada la cartera en españa. bueno. pero otro día te contaré esa hi
episodio previo angela y roberto iban a conocer a su abuelo, don fernando. estaban un poco nerviosos. por fin conoceremos al abuelo. estoy... ¿nerviosa? sí, pero... muy contenta. entiendo perfectamente. yo también. raquel: arturo, ino está! ¿cómo? don fernando no está. ila habitación está vacía! al entrar raquel en el cuarto de don fernando descubrió que no estaba. ven. no está. no hay nadie. ( sirena ) una enfermera les explicó que habían llevado a don fernando a guadalajara. vinimos a ver al señor fernando castillo y no hay nadie en la habitación. ¿el señor castillo? claro, ya se fue. ¿cómo que se fue? ¿adónde? pues, a guadalajara. i¿a guadalajara?! mientras tanto, en la casa de pedro carlos empezó a contarle a su familia el secreto que ocultaba. gloria juega. pedro: ¿juega? ¿quieres decir, por dinero? carlos: sí, es... como un vicio, y... no para. pero, ¿qué necesidad hay de vender el apartamento? más tarde, angela y roberto hablaban de la venta del apartamento en san juan. a mí me dan tristeza los recuerdos. ¿quieres decir que no tienes otros motivos? y
chevrolet maliiu....similar to this one... that angela cobb and her husband donated. 10:19:36 it didn't make sense to trash theecar we said we would donate it. they turned to kars 4 kids... a national organization with llcal ties. within weeks, an official receipt aarived in the mail. a done deal... orrso the cobbs thought. 10:21:40 she said we &psuggeet you just pay the fine stand up: it's here along the 29 hundred block of belmont avenue where angela's car donaaed it. it was ticketed d for having she had dooated it. it ended uppmonths after where angela's car blook of belmont avenue along the 29 hundred stand p: it's here fine. 10:21:40 shh said we suggest upp it's here along the 29 nd - &phundred block of belmont avenue here angela's car ended up months after sheehad donated it. it was ticketed for having ffke temporary ttgs. nd angela's been receiving fines ever since. (cobb) 10:27:550you would liie to thhnkkat somm point somebody would say i'll ake (bbtt bite/cover edit please) 10:28:05 anddwe'll make it right not asking for anything specialljust make it right. eeen though ars 4
day and it be worn for the rest of the week. .ow to angela for the commute >> good morning. showers.with some following an accident on 295,ound route 100 at reports of an overturned vehicle. traveling around the capital beltway in maryland, not finding many trouble spots all. north of open here, 201. southbound in maryland, there is an active work zone with two closed in howard 216.y at in virginia on the beltway, a in right lanes shutdown springfield. back to you. >> thank you. our top story, celebration time for the nationals. have clinched the nl east division title despite losing to phillies. >> it's because the second place braves lost to pittsburgh last night. britt mchenry is at nationals park. >> in the bottom of the ninth, loss for last on screen. the fans and players were all smiles, assuring each other with champagne. even doused the general r.nage the players took a party on to a field and engaged to the fans huggedned autographs, loved ones and enjoyed the moment. unbelievable. we have been through the thick it. it has been a storybook so far. >> if you never know until
today. high temperature in the low 70's. let's check on traffic with angela. >> good morning. fog could be an issue as you door.ut the we are seeing quite a bit of it on some cameras. let's check the drive on 95 virginia, the big was the workht zone. southbound is gone, but northbound, still only and the left lane and getting by. delays. there were pretty significant delays overnight. traveling in maryland, you can fog at the beltway and the american legion bridge. nothing to slow you down on the 270.ay or back to you. >> thank you. we begin with a suicide bombing that killed more than a dozen people in afghanistan. that includes prenatal service members. more.olabanji has from theetting this associated press. was dressedbomber according tofficer witnesses in afghanistan. he drove a motorcycle strapped with suicide bomb equipment into killing 14.eople, 60 more are in a hospital. there are reports that there are three nato service members who killed, including their afghan translator. nato has not said the nationality of the three nato killed. according to reuters, this is an area of afg
with angela. >> good morning. looking at overnight construction. on the beltway in virginia. in springfield, moving quite well despite the work zone on the inner loop which may slow you down briefly. at braddock, stay to the left. and at leesburg pike, two left lanes closed. in montgomery county on the beltway, 190, looking good. all through montgomery county looking good. clearing an overnight work zone at university boulevard. >> a suicide car bomber blew up his vehicle near the gate of a u.s.-afghan combat outpost in eastern afghanistan. and afgh troops were injured mostly by falling debris. the taliban claimed responsibility. nato says the outpost was secured shortly after the blast. political experts and the public weighing in on last night's second debate between obama and romney. >> 46% of debate watchers said the president was the winner. there's a seven point margin of error. the debate had its share of humor and heated moments. >> 45 seconds into his first answer, the president went after his opponent. >> governor romney said we should lead detroit go bankrupt. >> the president to
to angela. >> good morning. starting pretty nicely in terms of accidents. there's overnight work zones. they are picking up the cones on the beltway in maryland. there's a work zone -- was a work zone on the outer loop that has been lifted. and the outer loop has been picked up over the northwest branch. between university and new hampshire there is a work zone. from the beltway put it looks pretty good in springfield. there's an active work zone between arlington and 66 with 3 left lanes closed. they should open shortly. back to you. >> thank you. in baltimore, five people killed in a house fire. jummy olabanji has more. >> very sad news from ortiz baltimore. -- from northeast baltimore. for children and one adult died in a house fire in the 5600 block of denwood avenue. this is the home where it happened. they say it was just before 2:00 this morning there received a phone call there was a fire at this home. firefighters put say that they saw someone trying to jump out of a second story window. they knew there were more people inside. a firefighter fel the second-floor into the basem
into the wider region. >> chancellor angela merkel expressed regret for the loss of life in turkey. she urged both sides to show discretion. >> we call on all parties to remain level headed. but it is clear that germany condemned the syrian attacks on germany -- on turkey. we stand beside turkey. >> stern countries were united in saying that the conflict cannot -- western countries were united in saying that the conflict cannot be allowed to spill over into neighboring countries. >> we do not want to see a continuing escalation of this incident. >> but syria's ally, russia, took a different tack. foreign minister certification a blackrock said the fault did not lie with -- foreign minister sergei lavrov said the fall did not lie with syria. -- the fault did not lie with syria. >> for more, we are joined by an analyst. thank you for coming in. turkey and its nato allies are treating this attack as a deliberate one. the original mortar fire. russia obviously disagrees. what do you think? >> i cannot think this was a deliberate attack. that would be very unwise in terms of syrian policy making.
a fighting chance against angela merkel in next year's election, but if they are hoping for a surge in the polls after his nomination, they may be disappointed. >> numbers out today suggest a modest bounce, but overall, they suggest that steinbruck has a mountain to climb against merkel, who continues to dominate the german landscape. >> chancellor kohl will be happy with her party's results in the poll, although low approval ratings for the ftp make it questionable whether she could continue governing with her partner. social democrats stand to be more disappointed. they did not get the bomb they were hoping for after nominating peer steinbruck as their candidate for chancellor. if elections were held now, 39% of germans would vote cdu/csu, a four-year high. the spd is only a slightly. the conservative coalition partner with not clear the 5% hurdle. head to head, the chancellor has a clear lead over her opponent. 49% say they will vote for merkel. bejeweled between merkel and performance finance minister -- the duel between merkel and her former finance minister has only just begun
. >> german chancellor angela merkel is demanding an eu commissioner be given sweeping authority to veto national budgets if they violate eurozone rules. >> french president francois hollande says that issue is not even on the agenda and that the priority now was to get moving on a european bank. >> going into the summit, the french president and german chancellor did not appear to be on the same page when it comes to the timetable for change. >> at our summit in june, we undertook to introduce bank oversight measures by the end of the year. it is now october, so we have to start implementing that decision now so that a bank supervision system is up and running by year's end. >> this will not be a meeting with final decisions are made. we will be preparing the way for our decision in december, but we have to make sure our preparations are right. >> the leaders buried their differences for the cameras at least. it is thought merkel and hollande also discussed the idea floated by germany of a super commissioner who could take control of budgetary policy if necessary. when it comes to refor
chancellor angela merkel in berlin to voice their concerns about the economic slowdown. leaders of the world bank, the world trade organization, and the international monetary fund and bank in germany, employment figures have been released. there is a lot to chew over. let's find out what that means for the ongoing your resume crisis. steve, i presume it means there will be some pressure on angela merkel. will that be the message? >> yeah, i think it is. these are the five big umbrella organizations that deal with economics, and the messages coming from them is you have to think about the pace of austerity in the light of the circumstances on the ground. the message from the imf from example is that if you go too fast with deficit reduction, you may make the economy even worse adn so worse than the situation you are trying to cure. the argument is by enforcing strict rules, you make the patients iller. that message will come across loud and clear. the five people met 24 hours ago and made the same case. he agreed with them. when they meet chancellor angela merkel, it will not be an open door
-day forecast in a moment. first, traffic with angela. >> good morning. getting ready for the tuesday morning drive. for the mostpot part. the accident on westbound route the b-w parkway. the ramp is closed from westbound 100. if you are traveling in maryland on 95, the overnight work at 215 is blocking a lane. no overnight work zones on 95 in virginia as you drive from garrissonville and continuing to boulevard, a small strip 295.he way up to lanes are open northbound and southbound between the beltway and the 14th street bridge. back to you. >> thank you. our big story, another huge themplishment for washington nationals. next step in the process as its firsts clinched nl east division title. >> this is despite their loss to the phillies. john gonzalez is live from at the sporting goods store which is opening early to out the championship merchandise the. >> that's right. how good were the nationals? there were able close last night still. win still. this is the official merchandise sale in a fewn hours. the stores are opening early as holiday. eight years after the team arrived in d.c. fro
caskey is out live. find out where, in less than 10 minutes. angela.raffic with >> an excellent drive for the part into virginia. alexandria, arlington, doing well on 395. a live look at traffic on route lanes open.l in virginia, the only reported is southbound 95 between point rd.rd. and an active work zone through the four corners between new hampshire and university boulevard, the new traffic has two lanes to the right, but all lanes are open well.tting by back to you. >> thank you. our big story, president obama's campaign says expect more performance from the commander in chief tonight. the men will face off at hofstra university in a town hall format. preview.alez has a >> mitt romney clearly won the first debate. raised $170dy during his campaign, just shy of the president. heading into their second , can he keep the momentum going? tonight's presidential debate setting, town hall which means audience members be asking the questions, are stillans who undecided. >> both candidates have to tread lightly. they are going on the offense too aggressively with each other, that can spi
to angela. >> early motorists having an easy time for the most part around the capital beltway. we are open in maryland on 270. the work zones are gone there. heading into a germantown gaithersburg and bethesda, clear and free for the most part. in virginia, interstate 66 at glebe road, moving quite well. folks heading in from haymarket through gainesville, no delays as you pass centreville to fair oaks on the scene of a crash in prince william county between 234 at ashford avenue. back to you. >> thank you. tonight marked another crucial game for the washington nationals. a victory tonight sends them into the championship series in the national league and they would play the giants. >> jayson the bottom of the ninth inning. john gonzalez has more on an amazing game 4. >> amazing. i still cannot believe it. this may not have been the largest crowd in national history, but i am willing to bet it was the loudest. these rally flags were being waved in the stadium because the 5, incredible drama. you can see the scoreboard still lit up tonight. the final act is tonight. with their backs against
to traffic with angela. >> good morning. the friday morning commute, a crash southbound 270 near montgomery village. we will investigate. in the meantime, interstate 66, making the commute from haymarket, moving quite well. this is 66 and glebe road.keep in mind, crystal city, there is a closure on glebe road due to a utility pole down. northbound lanes expected to reopen at noon today. southbound will reopen sometime before 6:00. it's between the joists street and south hay. back to you. >> thank you. -- joyce street and hay. >> the associated press reporting a couple minutes ago that an american gunman in a shooting in israel has been shot dead by authorities in israel. they are saying all this appears to stem from some sort of argument or dispute that this american was having with one of the employees of that hotel. the hotel is the leonardo club hotel on the red sea, a resort city in israel. we can show you a picture of what the area looks like. it's one of the hotels in that area. we are hearing this man is of jewish descent but an american citizen in his 20s. he was in israel on a pro
gaithersburg and fredericksburg. let's check on traffic with angela >> . good morning. heading out in the next few minutes, 95 northbound, roadwork clearing. they just picked up the traffic through fredericksburg get past 17, getting a area, movinglm well, rolling along at speed from dale city to the occoquan. avenal on the beltway in maryland. a live look at the american legion bridge. inner loop and outer loop travel delays.d speed and no eastbound travel, montgomery county is clear all the way to 95. back to you. >> thank you. 69 degrees. facebook giving you a new way content, but it e with a pr ♪ [ male announcer ] the first look...is only the beginning. ♪ ♪ introducing a stunning work of technology. ♪ introducing the entirely new lexus es. and the first ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. and the first ever es hybrid. i'll have the build your own burger with a...n? sunny-side up egg, jack cheese, jill. and, uh... make it a doue. inspiration can come from anywhere. build your own burgers are now at denny's. >> you are watching abc 7's "good morning washington" with c
late, but dry.of the day will be we are optimistic. head over to traffic with angela. no early issues to contend terms of accidents. we are dealing with reduced visibility on the roads. but we are getting the traffic cones out of the way. overnight construction listed 3995 in virginia as well as beltway, will be quite well from the springfield interchange, the inner loop pretty good to on gallows road area, also reported loop, no trouble crossing the woodrow wilson bridge. trek in maryland's around the capital beltway, even andretty good around the northwest branch region. overnight construction is gone. there's a traffic pattern with ongoing work, but not causing -- earlyer delays delays. back to you. >> thank you. jummy olabanji has been working a deadly bombing situation in afghanistan. >> we have more information. we also have some video we are getting from afghanistan. the new information is that the taliban is claiming for this attack. you can see the soldiers in surveying the area after this deadly bombing. recap what we told our morning, a suicide motorcycle with explosives an
the rain will come to an end in a couple hours. a few peaks of some this afternoon. now to angela. >> dealing with the grain out there. for a little extra travel time. seeing slow spots on 95 already, but no major delays. looks good from dale city to 3, 95,the ramp to northbound is there.nt once you get past dale city, not bad, 15 minutes to the beltwa for 24 minutes from southbound on southbound from 695 to the capital beltway. at penn state, former assistant the ball coach jerry will be sentenced in a few hours. >> he is expected to speak at hearing along some of his victims. carter is in a satellite what sandusky is saying from behind bars. >> he has spent the past three months behind bars. he will find out today whether of his spend the rest life in prison. is expected to speak during hearing. we are hearing from him already bars.ehind jerry sandusky is headed back to outt this morning to find will spend thehe rest of his life behind bars. night before his sentencing, matt sandusky issued statement maintaining innocence. >> they can take away my life out as a monster, monster,
westerly breeze. now to angela. >> looking at a trouble-free drive as you head out this morning. in virginia, 95 moving well northbound and southbound despite an active work zone. moving quite well into dumphries and crossing the occoquan. you are good all the way to the springfield interchange. same on 66. eastbound moving well manassas. heading into fair oaks, trouble- free. on the maryland side, utility work in prince george's county powder mill road shut down between cherry hill road and beltsville drive. otherwise moving well on the beltway, even crossing the northwest branch, the work zone has been lifted. getting by to the right without delay. -- three lanes are getting by to the right without delay. back to you. >> thank you. we are getting some new pictures right now of what the house fire looked like early this morning in baltimore. five people killed including four children. and children. baltimore city fire officials say it happened after 2:00 this morning. they got to go home and it was fully engulfed. one person tried to jump from the second-floor and there were ta
later changed his mind. that is because he is a pragmatist, like angela merkel. during that time that they work together, he shaped, in a very important way -- they worked together, he shaved, in a very important way, per economic thinking -- he shaped, in a very important way, her economic thinking. he has to placate the left wing of the social democrat party. on the other hand, he has to win the support of german voters who would favor a more pragmatic approach. that is very difficult. the center ground of german politics has already been firmly occupied. that is by his rival, angela merkel. he seems to be presenting himself as the better european, the more committed european. he is telling voters that greece will take a lot longer to recover and that is going to cost a lot of money. he is saying they are entitled to that information. that may be true, but, as we know, elections are seldom won by telling the electorate unpleasant truths. >> thank you very much for the update. >> the greek government said the country is heading for its sixth consecutive year of recession next ye
aimed at setting out a framework to deal with the crisis. >> while german chancellor angela merkel has stepped up her campaign for budget cuts and handing brussels more power, french president francois hollande on the other hand wants emergency measures to stabilize economies right now. >> some leaders are starting to question the current course, and angela merkel has become a prime target for political cartoonists, being cast as the austerity clean. >> like other european leaders, angela merkel is used to getting her picture taken. for the media, the chancellor is a front-page picture, but she is also a favorite with europe poses political cartoonists. the greek daily shows a military merkel telling the greek prime minister to stand at attention. he timidly asks for a bit of wiggle room. the athens newspaper casks -- casts the chancellor in a slightly better light. and in french weekly, a cartoon merkel visits agrees, saying she hopes her reception did not cost too much. the berlin-based political journal cicero recounts the encounter with alexander the great. the nobel peace prize fo
than 10,000 employees and a treatment from investment banking. >> the man due to challenge angela merkel in next year's german elections denies neglecting his duties as a lawmaker by moonlighting. >> new york is closed for business in the aftermath of super storm sandy, which left at least 30 people dead. >> damages are likely to surpass those of last year's hurricane irene. sandy has move left much flooding in its wake, paralyzing new york's mass transit system and leaving millions in the dark -- sandy has left much flooding in its wake. >> here is more from america's most populous city. >> the storm has moved on, but the water remains. many of the city's road and subway tunnels are still flooded. public transport will be out of action for days to come. the effects of sandy can be seen on the streets -- residents are relieved that the worst is now behind them. >> well, last night, we could look down this street here, and we saw the river coming toward us. it actually look like something out of a movie. it was unbelievable. >> near central park, a crane dangles from a construction
of gallaudetampus university in northeast washington. block from where we are, group of protesters have t of angela suppor mccaskill, to get her job back. she is the chief diversity gallaudet university. was placed on paid leave for opposing gayition marriage. although the group we showed you ago is for gay marriage, they believe it's not for the university to mccaskill she's in trouble. say quality is about everyone's rights no views are onheir issue. marriage the group are questioning university officials on whether not they truly believe in diversity. the university does know about outsidetest going on its gates. the university president that says,statement "my number one concern is our community, our faculty, and staff. asking on their behalf, not agenda other than their being." the protesters say they will be every week until angela is allowed back on campus. no word when that might be. separate protest g on a few blocks down from where we are. are people against gay marriage, but they are also protesting in support of angela mccaskill. reporting live in northeast washington,., not seats areup
breaks. the nationals back in town tomorrow, 70, partly cloudy. now to angela. >> off to an excellent start even with light rain falling. just one accident reported on 66 inbound near glebe road. we don't have a shot of it, but it's on the shoulder. it should not slow you down much because there's light volume. 395 is moving well. 95 still has an active work zone northbound approaching thornburg, two lanes closed with overnight roadwork. back to you. >> thank you. our top story sentencing for the man at the center of the child sex abuse scandal at penn state. former assistant football coach jerry sandusky and some of his victims planning to address the judge in court today. >> this is one day after he spoke to a radio station and insisted. insisted. t.j. winnick has more. >> jerry sandusky regrets not taking the stand in his own defense after being convicted on 45 of 48 counts of child sex abuse against. 10 boys for the last three months he has spent his time in jail writing a statement that it plans to read today. last night he issued an audio statements which ran on penn state's rad
angela mccaskill reinstated as the school's chief diversity officer. surae chinn joins us now from the university. >> reporter: jc, the protests just got under way in front of gallaudet university here at 8th and florida avenue northeast. you can see protesters here holding signs saying they do want angela mccaskill reinstated here as the chief diversity officer here at the campus of gallaudet university. they are here for a common purpose again as you mentioned. we also have a guest here who organized this event. we have reverend delmond coates from clinton, maryland. tell us why you organized this event. >> we organized the event to express support for dr. angela mccaskill. the chief diversity officer was placed on leave for merely signing a petition to sent the civil marriage protect act to a public vote. people have a right to their personal views and opinions whether we agree or disagree with them. we are urging university officials to reinstate dr. mccaskill without any future reprisal. >> reporter: reverend dante hicks also here from baltimore. tell me why you're able to org
. how traffic is moving, with angela. >> slow going all around the capital area. fog will be the big issue this morning. plan for a slow drive. give you an example, this is view of springfield, the springfield interchange. see any traffic flowing. the dense fog will slow things down this morning. have a couple work from the springfield interchange, inner loop towards 644, two right lanes are still closed. use caution through the works .wns in maryland, there is heavy fog. reports of a crash on eastbound 32 at the b-w parkway, a car deer. back to you. >> thank you. presidential, the face off tonight for their first debate. is at the university of denver. both candidates trying to lower expectations. a lot riding on .his brandi has more. >> after weeks of attacks on the --paign trail >> we don't get very far when we have leaders it writing off half victims.n as >> they will face off tonight. they will meet on the stage. >> what happens could be only five weeks until election day. t debate will focus on policy.omy and domestic both candidates took a break intense debate prep tuesday. mi
degrees. get outside and enjoy the beautiful day. now to angela with traffic. >> good morning. happy friday. we are hoping for a very nice commute to start the weekend. so far so good in springfield. getting through the interchange you should not have any trouble. northbound and southbound 395 getting through alexandria looking fine. glebe road is closed between route 1 and arlington ridge. there's an accident with a utility pole down right there. moving quite well in maryland. 270 has no troubles. back to you. >> thank you. our top story battleground virginia becoming the focus of the presidential race. later this morning president obama will speak at george mason university. and an event at cleveland state university in ohio >> . mitt romney told fox news that his controversial remarks about 47% of americans wanting government support were completely wrong. ta more. >> with his campaign reenergize mitt romney took on the controversy surrounding his comments that 47% of americans are dependent on government. he said his remarks were not eloquently stated, but last night on fox news
to angela for the commute. >> we made it to the end of the workweek. starting off pretty nicely. we are dodging construction cones. around the beltway in maryland over the northwest branch, the left lane is closed on the inner loop and outer loop. and in college park, the left lane of the exit ramp is closed. in virginia, prince william police reporting an accident between 234 and aspen ave. accident with injuries. back to you. >> thank you. our top story, an incredible finished for must win games for the nationals. jayson werth getting on walk- off-home-run in the bottom of the ninth inning sending the nationals through today's games 5. >> the winner will face the giants in the championship series. tim brant takes us back to nationals park. >> the question begs, are you ready for game 5 tonight? the nationals are alive and well. d.c. got its first postseason win him since 1933. it was a classic. we pick it up in the bottom of the seventh inning. adam laroche. barrels it to deep center field. homerun. the nationals leading 1-0 over the cardinals. jordan zimmermann struck out the bat
particularly on vulnerabilities linked to bank funding. >> angela merkel faces a tough reception in greece as protesters take to the streets. >>> and alcoa kicks off what could be subdued u.s. earnings season. third quarter results of the s&p 500 are expected to drop overall snapping 11 quarters of gains. >>> okay. good to have you back. >> good to be back. you were out, i was out, it was -- >> and i was a little worried about what you were up to, so i do admit, i had you followed. and my man, he sent me back this photograph. >> oh, no. >> that is you with the goggles, right? >> yes, that's me with the goggles. >> what's going on? >> that's my sister at the end there. so i was back at my alma mater in virginia for my college reunion. part of that was -- >> to dress up and pretend you played lacrosse. why are you the only one with goggles? >> that's actually a relatively new addition to the game. when i started playing, we didn't wear goggles. but you get hit in the head a lot. supposed to be a noncontact sport. but because it was supposed to be noncontact sport, you didn't wear protective
, analysis, and today's investment ideas. good morning. it's tuesday, october 9th. i'm angela miles. in today's first look: there's a while lotta bracing goin' on. traders are awaiting earnings after the close from alcoa for a gauge on corporate america. plus, german chancellor angela merkel ventures to greece, where she will likely be met by a sea of angry people. yesterday in the u.s.: a stock slide on china. stocks and commodies all fell on continued concerns of a slowdown in the chinese economy. and in m&a, principal financial is said to be ready to buy a chilean pension managing company for $1.5 billion. mark sebastian of option pit mentoring joins us now. will some eyes be on europe today mark? > > i think europe's interesting. i think everybody is waiting for the spanish regional elections on october 21st to see if after that they ask for the bailout. we've seen some real strength in the euro. i'm not sure that can last if spain asks for a bailout, and i think we're running into some technical highs on the currency. expect to see the euro drop a little bit here. > > here in the united
. angela. >> starting off nice and light s wednesday morning. 66 in virginia, no early troubles in bound towards the capital beltway. looking pretty good on 95. k zone southbound between selma. and selma northbound, all lanes open. zonee is a work andhbound between falmouth frederick. all your travel lanes are open 270.en 95 and back to you. >> thank you. presidential, the nominee is his the road today their secondter debate in new york. >> president obama appearing in iowa and ohio. romney will be in leesburg, virginia tonight. brianne carter has a look the debate which got pretty heated times. >> exactly. this is much different than the debate, not only in the way the twoe interacted, both men the spot to be at the house for the next four years. back to the battleground states r a heated back and forth debate for president barack obama and mitt romney. have you looked at your pension? >> i don't look at my pension. not as big as yours. >> answering questions from voters which focused mostly on includingssues education, taxes, fair pay, and gas prices. two were quick to go after one an
: figure for the update, nicole. angela merkel making her first trip to greece since the debt crisis began to show her support for the continued participation in the euro zone. while it is a vote of confiden confidence, her arrival was marred by tens of thousands of protesters. 13.5 billion euros worth of new austerity measures started out peacefully but soon turned violent as several greek police fired tear gas at demonstrators throwing stones. unsettling. melissa: if you thought the problems couldn't get any worse, phillips 66-pound a week in an oil line near san francisco and fox business contributor phil flynn in the pit of the cne with the latest. up big today. >> it is a nightmare in california, these are worthy refineries had stayed online making up for the lost production from two other refineries that were down. this could not have come at a worse time as prices were starting to come down. forget about all that, look at the overall market, oil, gasoline, heating oil exploding today. the brent continued to be at the widest level in over a year. a lot of it has to do with concerns i
candidate need to do in the final month ahead? angela mcglowan is it a fox news political analyst and dow, a former advisor to president clinton. doug, you first. what changed after the debate for the democrats. >> what changed the inhe have tiblty of president obama and showing the polls and reuters and rasmussen showing a close race or even a slight romney advantage, as in the rasmussen poll, but bottom line, president obama has got to get back to his core message of fiscal discipline and social compassion. and the governor romney is is an out of the mainstream extremist, he didn't deliver that on tuesday and he lost as a result. >> jamie: angela, what's the road map for republicans over the next 30 days. >> status quo. mitt romney, no question, that debate was a game changer, but jamie, a debate doesn't win an election, it sets the tone. he has to keep performing, keep talking about what he will do to create a better america and are you better off than you were four years ago. and we have all of these poll numbers dealing with swing states, but the polls that count, would you go to the
are pleased with the performance. >> angela, the base may be fired up by twitter is all a twitter over the laughing and the smirking. what do you think the impact will be and what are republicans going do? is that something they are going to ten to raise or capitalize on in some way? >> they don't have to capitalize on it, jamie. biden did not look vice presidential. and if he was trying to hold ryan's feet to the fire dealing with so-called untruths, then call him on it. you don't have to laugh about it and even brit hume said it seemed like he had a nervous tick there. the bottom line is this, this debate was supposed to attract more women to either party and independents or voters who are undecided and basically biden did energize the debate, he made democrats happy because obama had such a poor showing at the first presidential debate. but if i were in the cal party less than four weeks before election day, it's a tragedy you still have to ignite your base. >> that's an interesting point. christie, there's a lot of people in this country now who have very little to smile about. we
has become the incredible shrinking campaign. >> so little time left. angela mcgown is a fox news political analyst, jumu green is a fox news contributor, the former president of the women's media center. we now, ladies, have our christmas cards between us. great to see both of you. >> you too, jamie. >> i know voters are looking for specifics. i know that foreign policy is going to be the topic for the debate on monday. what is it that you want president obama to say to reel in whatever democrats are undecided? >> all president obama has to do is to continue to say what american people have heard and know of this candidate, what he says he means what he says, when he says it, he's going to get it done. i think the problem with governor romney, he has no core. now, i know angela has spent a lot more time dealing with a trainer in a gym i have, and what we learn is your core is your most important muscle you have to work out. where is governor romney's core? on a number of issues, but really important to the american people, he's trying to hide the truth. >> let me jump in there. y
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